Miss Kittin set to release 2nd album 'BatBox' in February 2008Posted on 12/12/07
Two years in the making and almost four years since her debut album "I.Com", Miss Kittin, born Caroline Hervé, announces her second album, "BatBox". "BatBox" comprises of thirteen original songs, all composed whilst touring throughout the world. The tracks are described by Kittin as a flirtation with Goth culture, which reflects in such vocal lines as "bat in a box / show me what you goth". "BatBox" also holds an artistic collaboration with Rob Reger whose "Emily the Strange" cartoon has been incorporated in a luxurious 12-page foldout booklet for the album. "BatBox" will be released on Miss Kittin's label, Nobody's Bizzness on February 4th 2008.
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Posted by: lokar3791 on Dec 13, 07 | 4:23 pm
"Bat in a box / show me what you goth..."
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